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August 2 to 10
Événement d'archéologie au Fort-Lennox
A great occasion for your children to set aside their game consoles and pick up a cutting-edge scientific tool. Become part of a team of scientist for a day as you probe the ground in search of tangible evidence of a time long passed. While your child is encouraged to operate a remote controlled submarine, you can admire the natural insular scenery in search for the perfect picnic spot.

July 24 to August 3
Expo de Saint-Hyacinthe
A summer attraction for the whole family! The biggest agriculture themed festival in Quebec, in proximity to the metropolis. Over 2,000 farm animals, rides, goodies, terroir products, shows, musical groups, activities for young children, harnessing competitions, artisans, tractor pull contest, rodeo.

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Les Journées Découvertes

Les Journées Découvertes

June 15 and August 24
3215, rue Sicotte
450 778-0372 (mai à sept.) 450 778-6504, (oct. à mai)

This year, Jardin Daniel A. Séguin offers the “Journée Découverte”, the “Coeur d’enfant” (child’s heart) and “Éveil de sens” (awakening of the senses) days allow you to follow beautiful metamorphoses that Mother Nature offers throughout the season. Each day will bring new discoveries. Take part in the various activities offered and marvel at the impressive array of flower and plant varieties.

www.itasth.qc.ca/jardindas
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Bières et Saveurs

Bières et Saveurs

August 29 to September 1
2, rue De Richelieu
450 447-2096

Beer, cider, cheese, chocolates, sausages and many other terroir products available on the enchanting Fort Chambly site. Enhanced by traditional music and roaming entertainers, this New-France-inspired festival is all about sharing the pleasure of eating and drinking in good company!

www.bieresetsaveurs.com
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Le Rendez-Vous des Papilles

Le Rendez-Vous des Papilles

September

450 778-8499

This gourmet rendez-vous caters to local-grown products enthusiasts. Visitors can meet with agri-food producers and transformers. Tasting kiosks, culinary demonstrations, gourmet dining made from terroir products, workshops and activities for children, animation and cultural discoveries. Please consult website.

www.rvpapilles.ca
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Les week-ends gourmands

Les week-ends gourmands

September 6 to October 13

450 469-3790

You are invited to enjoy Rougemont’s agri-tourism treasures, over the course of five weekends in the fall. Let your senses guide you and come discover culinary delights, terroir products and much more, to the sound of musicians playing and, in some cases, public entertainers.

www.tourismerougemont.com
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Foire d'antiquités et d'objets de collection

Foire d'antiquités et d'objets de collection

July 6, August 3 and September 7
12, chemin des Patriotes
450 467-8880

Come rain or shine, you are invited to admire the treasures, pieces of furniture, collection items and other findings displayed in this fascinating setting.

www.moutonvillage.com
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StoryFest

StoryFest

October and November

450 458-5396

Celebration of writers, readers and storytellers paying homage to Phoebe Nobbs Hyde, a passionate storyteller.

www.greenwood-centre-hudson.org
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Festival des couleurs de Rigaud

Festival des couleurs de Rigaud

October 11, 12 and 13

450 451-0873

Come admire the beautiful colours of the autumn leaves changing along the 25-km long trails of L’escapade, les sentiers du Mont-Rigaud. Make your way through the trails and visit le Village des Couleurs, le Marché des Saveurs, la Promenades des Métiers d’Arts and the Jardins des Perles, enjoy the shows under the big top and a picnic atop Mount Rigaud, and stay for the Grand Concerts. The event runs 3 days over Thanksgiving weekend. Take part in the numerous activities offered for the whole family.

www.festivaldescouleurs.com
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Fête des récoltes Saint-Aimé - Massueville

Fête des récoltes Saint-Aimé - Massueville

October 12

450 788-2065

Fête des récoltes (Harvest Festival) is an old-fashioned agri-food market showcasing some thirty producers during which visitors can sample and purchase local and regional products. With its old market atmosphere, the festival takes place in the Massueville hall, in the centre of the village. Horse-drawn carriage rides, face painting for children. Come discover new local and regional products and take the opportunity to stock up for winter! Free admission.

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Place des Artisans

Place des Artisans

October 25 and 26

450 583-3658

Come and visit the 13th edition of the Salon des Métiers d’art in Verchères. This artisan fair showcases the works of some fifty passionate and talented artisans. Every hour, a piece of artisan art will be raffled, with the profits going to the Verchères Boy Scouts. A must-see event for connoisseurs and enthusiasts of hand-made works made in Québec. Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free admission.

www.placedesartisans.ca
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Noël ferroviaire

Noël ferroviaire

November 22 to January 4, 2015
110, rue Saint-Pierre
450 632-2410

Relive the magic of a traditional Christmas by partaking in the children story-telling activities and the arts & craft workshop specially designed for the young. Mail your letter to Santa Claus in the postal railway car and come and meet Santa Claus every weekend until December 21.

www.exporail.org

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